Roger McShane

Roger McShane writes for the Economist online.

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May 31 2009 6:21 AMUncle Sam wants you … to break into enemy computers.
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April 26 2009 6:21 AMThe papers take an adjective-filled look at torture.
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Feb. 22 2009 6:03 AMThe president plans to halve the deficit.
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Jan. 25 2009 6:02 AMBarack Obama lays out the specifics of his stimulus plan.
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Oct. 5 2008 7:57 AMShifts in the electoral map favor Barack Obama.
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March 16 2008 6:08 AMUnable to make a decision, superdelegates pray for a miracle.
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Sept. 30 2007 6:02 AMA look at the signature weapon of the Iraq and Afghanistan wars.
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Sept. 16 2007 7:19 AMThe papers take a closer look at Norman Hsu.
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July 21 2007 6:07 AMThe president sets new rules for CIA interrogations.
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June 10 2007 5:55 AMThe military envisions a long stay in Iraq.
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April 8 2007 6:00 AMThe White House knew all about Bernard Kerik.
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Nov. 26 2006 6:03 AMMoney ain't no thing for Iraq's insurgents.
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Oct. 1 2006 6:09 AMHouse Republican leaders react to the Foley e-mails.
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July 30 2006 6:09 AMThe NYT cuts Lieberman loose.
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June 4 2006 6:08 AMCanada finds itself in the terrorists' crosshairs.
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May 24 2009 6:14 AMThe United States is increasingly relying on foreign governments in the war on terror.
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March 15 2009 6:10 AMBailed-out AIG plans to pay out millions in bonuses.
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Feb. 1 2009 6:03 AMPeaceful elections in Iraq could mark a turning point.
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Dec. 21 2008 6:13 AMThe president-elect bulks up his economic-recovery plan.
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June 28 2008 5:58 AMZimbabwe's sham presidential election.
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Oct. 28 2007 5:59 AMBarack Obama tells the NYT he's going after Hillary.
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Sept. 17 2007 6:07 AMA look at the next attorney general.
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Aug. 5 2007 5:56 AMDemocrats give in to Bush's surveillance demands
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June 24 2007 6:04 AMA look inside Dick Cheney's secretive world
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April 29 2007 6:03 AMSuccesses in Iraq are short-lived.
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Feb. 11 2007 6:06 AMRussia's president takes direct aim at U.S. foreign policy.
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Oct. 22 2006 6:14 AMWill the administration set deadlines for progress in Iraq?
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Sept. 17 2006 6:23 AMThe pope sends his regrets to Muslim leaders.
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July 9 2006 6:01 AMMexico's runner-up takes to the streets.
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April 16 2006 7:35 AMThe government readies itself for a flu outbreak.

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